20110923 "RAIDING PROJECT: Crossover architecture"
23 Sep,2011 - 10 Oct,2011

Roland Hagenberg – "RAIDING PROJECT: Crossover architecture" presented by MINI Japan at BMW Group Studio in Tokyo

23 Sep – 10 Oct 2011

"RAIDING PROJECT: Crossover architecture" curated by Roland Hagenberg is being extended to 10 Oct 2011. The exhibition is presented by MINI Japan at BMW Group. The space opens at 11:00 – 19:00 on weekdays & 11:00 – 18:00 on Sundays & Holidays. The venue is located at BMW Group Studio Grantokyo South Tower 1FL 1-9-2 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6622 (near the Tokyo Station, Yaesu-side - just across the street of Yaesu Book Center)

Nine star-architects from Tokyo cross over in Raiding, an Austrian farming village, where composer Franz Liszt was born two hundred years ago. They play with the idea of creating multifunctional micro-structures that combine the fast-paced lifestyle of a mega-city with the relaxed nature of the countryside. Their concepts are now presented for the first time in Tokyo by MINI Japan, on the occasion of the 24th World Congress of Architecture (UIA). As a special highlight, Hiroshi Hara – famous for buildings like Kyoto Station and Sapporo Dome – has designed a portable twin-garage for the new 4-door MINI model, MINI Crossover.

On the occasion of the 24th World Congress of Architecture (UIA) Supported by the Austrian Embassy in Tokyo/Austrian Cultural Forum Tokyo /

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